Florence Real Estate


Rich History & Fabulous Living in Florence

Florence is proud to be one of Arizona’s oldest cities—founded in 1866 and becoming the Pinal County seat of government in 1875—it has since become a popular place to call home due to its rich culture and natural and cultural attractions.  Florence still acts as county seat to this day and is conveniently located in the central portion of Pinal County, Arizona. It’s just 45 minutes away from both the Phoenix and Tucson metropolitan areas. Florence residents love the easy access to major highways that make connectivity to outside communities easy breezy.  


Why Do Residents Love Florence?

Amazing Attractions in Florence

Florence, AZ is rich in both history and opportunity.  There is always a fun community event in Florence, and even unique local shops and restaurants.  The natural surroundings and town parks are a perfect daytime getaway—otherwise, residents love to indulge in Florence’s history at a local museum!  The cultural experience of Florence is truly unbeatable!


Close-Knit Community

The sense of community in Florence is strong.  There are frequent events and festivals that encourage community engagement—because what’s better than getting out and meeting your neighbors?  There are a number of educational events that help residents to learn about their natural surroundings and the historical significance of the land on which they live.  Check out the large historic homes in Florence, AZ to get a true feel of what it’s like to life in such a lovely, strong-knit, and historic community.


Outdoor Adventures in Florence

The natural surroundings and scenery in Florence can’t be beat.  Pinal Peak is a great place for a day hike, providing overlooks to take in the natural beauty of the Florence landscape.  A truly prized attraction in Florence, AZ is the Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park, the largest and oldest botanical garden in Arizona, which houses natural flora and fauna from the region.


The Frontier & Florence

Florence was founded in 1866, and it has a long and rich history as one of Arizona’s oldest cities.  This history is carefully preserved at The McFarland State Historic Park where residents can learn about the pioneer days and the development of the state of Arizona and many other western states.  The entire town gives off a historic vibe that transports residents into another time—but with the necessities of modern life!


Florence at a Glance

Want to know even more about residential life in this outstanding city of beautiful homes, friendly faces, and big opportunities? You don’t have to look far! As your Phoenix area experts, we know all the insider details! Feel free to contact us with any questions you might have!


Quick Facts

Population: 26,912
Growth Since 2000: +1.32%
Zip Codes: 85132, 85128, 85179
County: Pinal
Median Home Price: $184,100


Travel & Commute

Downtown Phoenix: 1 hour 15 minutes
Chandler: 50 minutes 
Glendale: 1 hour 25 minutes
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport: 50 minutes
Sky Harbor Airport: 1 hour 5 minutes



District: Florence Unified School District
Elementary: Florence Elementary; Florence K-8
High: Florence High


Florence - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Florence: $429,700 / County Avg $474,400


Avg Taxes in Florence: $1,900 / County Avg $1,700


Avg Sq. Ft. in Florence: 2,052 / County Avg 2,171


Avg Price per/sqft in Florence:$209 / County Avg $219


Avg Walkscore in Florence: 13 / County Avg 19


Avg Year Built in Florence: 2008 / County Avg 2009


Avg Days on Website in Florence: 40 / County Avg 52


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